bishop's weed


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bishop's weed

n.
1. See goutweed.
2. A chiefly Mediterranean annual plant (Ammi majus) in the parsley family, grown as a source of psoralen compounds used in medicine and as an ornamental for its compound umbels of small white flowers.

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(Plants) another name for goutweed
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Vicco Vajradanti Ayurvedic Toothpaste, for instance, contains therapeutic ingredients including babool bark, Indian medlar, blackberry, cloves, Bengal madder, jujube bark, walnut bark, mayweed plant, Indian liquorice root, bishop's weed, cinnamon, cutch tree bark, sappan wood, chebulic myrobalan, vajradanti bark, Indian sarsaparilla, Indian gooseberry, berelic myrobalans, cubeb and oak, says Pendharkar.
Or you can direct sow Bishop's weed, Ammi majus, into the ground now and have lovely lacey white flowers later in the summer.
Walnuts, pears, sorrel, mulberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, bishop's weed, cherries, buckrams, yarrow leaves, wall rocket and leeks -- it's a veritable breakfast buffet out there.
Bishop's weed (Trachyspermum ammi L.) is an important medicinal, aromatic and spice plant.
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Some weeds, however, are better off burning such as quack grass, bittersweet and bishop's weed. These weeds have underground stems or rhizomes, making them hard to eradicate.